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The objective of this research was to analyze the autonomous strategies for the production of argumentative texts used by elementary school students from an educational institution in the Peruvian jungle, according to the subcategories metacognitive strategies and self-regulation strategies. The methodology is of qualitative approach, with the hermeneutic work method. The informants were 14 students. The technique was the interview where an unstructured interview guide was applied. The results show that most of the students used autonomous strategies for the production of argumentative texts, being the most prevalent those of organization and planning, information search via the Internet, underlining and summarizing. Conclusions: the autonomous strategies for the production of argumentative texts used by primary school students of an educational institution in the Peruvian jungle are in the categories of meta-cognition and self-regulation.
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